Background CheckA release must be signed by your applicant prior to running a background check.

A sample form can be found here.

Please note, it is your responsibility to ensure that your release form complies with the laws in your jurisdiction.

We highly recommend having a lawyer review the forms you use.

Job Interview - Due DiligenceTaking reasonable and preventative business hiring measures in order to protect your assets and avoid negligent hiring litigation and workplace violence.

In today’s ever-changing economy, employers are searching even harder to cut costs, streamline operations and get more out of their most important asset, their employees.

The right workforce is essential for providing the tools to make a brand successful in today’s marketplace. Comprehensive background screening demonstrates due diligence and provides you with a great deal of legal protection.

Lawsuit in CourtroomNegligent hiring lawsuits can cost businesses millions of dollars when an employer is found to be responsible for their employees’ actions.

Consumer Reporting DocumentAny written, oral, or other communication of any information by a consumer reporting agency bearing on a consumer’s credit worthiness, credit standing, credit capacity, character, general reputation, personal characteristics, or mode of living which is used or expected to be used or collected in whole or in part for the purpose of serving as a factor in establishing the consumer’s eligibility for employment purposes.

Pre-Employment ScreeningNo, but the Fair Credit Reporting Act requires that your applicants must express written permission for you to access any of their information, and it is necessary that you keep this signed document for review.

Occasionally, we may request copies of the signed release forms for audit purposes.

Frequently, our sources of information will require that we provide a copy of this written permission to them.